Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Highlights from Day 2 of the Breakout Challenge

Here are highlights of the rest of the games from the second day of the Reebok Breakout Challenge at Philadelphia University. Play resumes tomorrow and wraps up Saturday.

Highlights from Day 2 of the Breakout Challenge


Here are highlights of the rest of the games from the second day of the Reebok Breakout Challenge at Philadelphia University. Play resumes tomorrow and wraps up Saturday.

Wildcats 82, Classics 76 – Leading the Wildcats was Kamari Murphy scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, 11 of which came on the defensive side of the glass. Vaux’s Rysheed Jordan scored 12 points and St. Joe’s Prep Miles Overton added four.

From Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, Murphy is receiving interest from Florida, Oklahoma State and Temple among others, according to ESPN.com.

JWALLS 81, RAMS 72 – Senior power forward Obinna Oleka led the JWalls with six rebounds and seven points. The Washington, D.C. native also had four steals.

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Constitution senior guard Daiquan Walker showed off his blazing speed and smooth handles early in the second half as he took his man to the hole after a nifty behind the back crossover. Also playing for the JWalls, Walker added six points and four rebounds.

Friars 75, Classics 58 – Senior center Matt Christiansen led the way for the Friars with 13 rebounds, 11 on the defensive end. The 6-foot-8 senior from Oklahoma City has a verbal commitment to University of San Fransisco.

Slashes 70, Powerade 58 – Roman Catholic’s Shep Garner continued to excel as he scored 13 points for the Slashes. The sophomore guard is having the best camp so far out of the Philadelphia prospects. He also knocked down three three-pointers.

JN14 80, Wizards 72 – Senior forward Michael Obacha (Oak Ridge, N.C.) scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed five offensive rebounds (nine total) to lead JN14.

Zigs 70, Jets 54 – Eric Jacobsen grabbed ten rebounds and added eight points to lead the Zigs. The senior power forward is ticketed for Arizona State.

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